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What are the functions of the collector used in the medium frequency induction heating device?

As we all know, the sensor is an important part of the medium frequency induction heating equipment and is an important part for heat treatment of the workpiece. We know a little bit more about sensors, but do you know that there is an important component on the sensor that is called a collector? If you don't know much about this collector, check out this article, and I'm sure you'll reap the rewards.

A collector, also known as a strong current, is a component mounted on a sensor. It is related to the sensor, similar to the primary winding of the transformer to the secondary windings. This shows how important it is to sensors! All right, let's not talk too much. Let's take a look at the main functions of the collector.

1. Use the collector to facilitate the induction of the sensor into the heating part.

The collector can be taken out or placed in the sensor of the medium frequency induction heating device, and the difficult problem of entering the sensor is solved for the parts that are difficult to enter the effective coil, such as crankshaft and camshaft.

2. Increase the power density of a certain part of the heating surface.

Because the area is surrounded by the collector, the effective ring increases the length, so the power allocated to the local area increases, reaches the local concentration, and increases the power density.

3. Small parts used for heating on induction equipment.

Because the heating area of the part is too small, the sensor can not be designed in many turns, and the collector can get the high power of the sensor and pass it to the part.

4. Adjustable hardened zone width.

The effective circle between the collector and the sensor is insulated by the mica chip, and the relative position between the two allows a small amount of adjustment. When the hardened area needs to be adjusted, it can be adjusted through the position of the collector.